Investigators are travelling to Nepal to examine the site of a crash which killed 7 Britons. The trip was booked by a Hampshire travel firm.
The 36-year-old murder victim, found outside a pub in Farnborough at the weekend, has been named as Ray Dibbs.
The man was taken to hospital where he was pronounced dead on Sunday afternoon
Samaritans have been offering extra support for patients at Frimley Park Hospital in Farnborough.
The volunteers are around on Monday evenings to provideemotional support and comfort to anyone who needs it.
The scheme is being piloted for six months at the hospital but may be extended if it is a success.
Similar schemes are running at hospitals across the UK where extra emotional support is needed.
A hospital spokesman said: “The feedback from staff has been excellent. They have been really grateful for the extra support that the Samaritans has been able to provide.
"Although staff are trained to care for the whole patient, not just their physical injury or illness, a long night shift in the Emergency Department can be a real emotional strain.”.
A group of students who've built an aeroplane from scratch got to try it out today. The project is part of a scheme to get children involved in engineering. Mike Pearse joined the students at a Hampshire airfield to see if all their hard work has paid off.
He spoke to the pupils and Sir Roger Bone from Boeing.
A plane, built from scratch by a group of schoolchildren in Hampshire has taken off from Farnborough Airfield at last. Its inaugural flight was delayed by bad weather this morning.
The entire project also took about three years longer than expected, because the pupils, from Yateley School, only had time to work on it after school. It is part of a scheme by the Royal Aeronautical Society to get children involved in engineering.
The Hampshire students building a passenger carrying plane are watching it fly for the first time today. We hear why it's taken so long.
Video footage of the safety flight in a plane made by school children. Their formal inaugural flight has been delayed today because of the weather conditions.
Pupils from Yateley School may have to wait to see if their hard work has paid off. After building their own plane, today was due to be its first flight. But it's been delayed so far due to the wet and windy weather.
A group of schoolchildren in Hampshire who are building a plane from scratch will see if it can fly later today. It is part of a scheme by the Royal Aeronautical Society to get children involved in engineering. The group from Yateley School will gather at Farnborough Airfield.
Five people have been charged with kidnap after a large scale police investigation.
It follows the kidnap of a 40-year-old man from the Farnborough area.
Those arrested are Giedrius Cerniauskas, 30, of West Thamesmead, London; Virginiyos Suchodolskis, 37, of West Thamesmead, London; Dzeraldas Jacinskas, 42, of London; Vladislavas Tebenkovas, 29, of no fixed abode and Domantas Karpas, 31, of Willingham, Cambridgeshire.
They have all been charged with conspiracy to kidnap, conspiracy to blackmail and conspiracy to commit grievous bodily harm with intent.
They have been remanded into custody and will appear at Basingstoke Magistrates Court today.
The bogus officer approached a property on Wren Way in Farnborough claiming to be from Hampshire Fire and Rescue. The householder refused him entry he later returned again saying he wanted to check her smoke detectors.
He appeared to be in a fire service uniform and carried a form of ID. HFRS' Community Fire Safety Officers wear navy-blue uniforms and always carry an ID badge with photo. People are being urged to check the ID of a person thoroughly before letting a stranger into their property.